Hands-on Fun

VALLEY VIEW - I guess it all has to do with perspective. Ten years seems like the blink of an eye to me. Ten Christmas's, ten fourth of July's, I can barely remember two or three. A decade, after all, is only a small percentage of my existence, but to some it is a lifetime. If you were born in 2005, you are now eligible to participate in the annual youth field day held at the Valley View Gun Club. We held the first one the year before you were born. You may have heard about it from older brothers or sisters. You may have been looking forward to the day when you could do the neat things they talked about. Well, that day is rapidly approaching as we prepare to again present opportunities to young people ages 9 to 15, to experience the fun activities we have been providing for ten years now. We have fun doing these things, too, and that's why we thought it would be a good idea to share them with young people who might also enjoy them.

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  • Hands-on Fun
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  • UDC holds on to reach final
  • Grovers garner Region 2 berth
  • South stars down West
  • Top shooters split $30,000 pot at KSP
  • Pine Grove falls to Buffaloes at Region 2


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Pine Grove falls to Buffaloes at Region 2

LAURELDALE - During the course of the Legion postseason, things have gone Pine Grove's way. Base hits snuck through the infield. Bunts rolled to perfect positions. Great pitching kept the opposition off the scoreboard. Errors helped spark big innings. In

Top shooters split $30,000 pot at KSP

Outdoors-related clubs and organizations can submit items to be considered for publication in "Outdoors Briefs" by emailing to outdoors@republicanherald.com. DALMATIA - Top shooters competing in the recent United States Junior Grand Prix held at Keystone